Current Staff Vacancies

Clinician/Senior Clinician/Professor in Veterinary Cardiology

The School of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for the post(s) of Clinician/ Senior Clinician/Professor in Veterinary Cardiology.

The successful candidate(s) will be joining a friendly and supportive multidisciplinary team within our award-winning state-of-the-art Small Animal Hospital, based on the beautiful Garscube estate. Our facilities include on-site 1.5T MRI, CT, C-arm fluoroscopy, a range of Olympus and KarlStorz endoscopes, and a GE Vivid ultrasound machine. We have a dedicated ICU and excellent in-house laboratory.  Our ‘One Hospital’ team ethos ensures exceptional clinical care can be delivered to our patients, and supports the continual professional development of our vets, nurses and support staff.

Depending on your experience you will deliver / develop / lead our cardiology service. In addition to providing a specialised clinical service, the successful candidate(s) will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate clinical training. Clinical research is actively encouraged and supported.

Candidates should have an RCVS registrable degree in veterinary medicine and post-graduate training in veterinary cardiology. The ideal candidate(s) will have an ECVIM or ACVIM Diploma in Small Animal Cardiology (or equivalent qualification) and a track record of delivering a high standard of clinical service including interventional cardiology. Experience of undergraduate and/or post-graduate training is advantageous but not essential, as is a background in research and a PhD.

The posts are full-time, although applicants wishing to work on a part-time basis will also be considered.

Recruitment Brochure

Informal Enquiries should be directed to Alison Ridyard, email address Alison.Ridyard@glasgow.ac.uk

Link to apply: Clinician / Senior Clinician/Professor - Cardiology

Closing date: open until filled

Clinician/ Senior Clinician/ Professor in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

The School of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for the posts of Clinician/ Senior Clinician/ Professor in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging.

The postholder will be based in our award-winning Small Animal Hospital on the beautiful Garscube estate. This busy multidisciplinary hospital with state of the art facilities hosts a wide range of specialists including internal medicine, neurology, anaesthesia, surgery, oncology and ophthalmology and our team ethos ensures exceptional clinical care and continual professional development. Our diagnostic imaging suite includes an on-site 1.5T MRI (Siemens Magnetom Essenza 1.5T MRI), a new 80-slice CT scanner (Canon Aquilion Lightning) , digital radiography, C-arm and ultrasonography (GE Logiq E9 for general ultrasound and a GE Vivid E95 for echocardiography). You will be supported by a team of three experienced radiographers.  

The postholder will develop, lead and sustain the provision of a specialised clinical service, residency programme and teaching of veterinary undergraduate students. Clinical research is actively encouraged and supported.

Candidates should have an RCVS registrable degree in veterinary science and hold or be eligible to sit the examination for a postgraduate diploma in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging  (ECVDI or ACVR). A background in research and a PhD, although desirable, are not essential.

Two positions full-time positions are available. Applicants wishing to work part-time will also be considered.

For informal enquiries, please contact alison.ridyard@glasgow.ac.uk or rodrigo.gutierrezquintana@glasgow.ac.uk

Recruitment brochure

Link to apply: Clinician / Senior Clinician / Professor - Diagnostic Imaging

Closing date: open until filled

Clinician/ Senior Clinician in Small Animal Internal Medicine

The School of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for the post of Clinician/ Senior Clinician in Small Animal Internal Medicine.

The successful candidate will be joining a friendly and supportive multidisciplinary team within our award-winning state-of-the-art Small Animal Hospital, based on the beautiful Garscube estate. Our facilities include on-site 1.5T MRI, CT, C-arm fluoroscopy, a range of Olympus and KarlStorz endoscopes, a linear accelerator and radio-iodine unit. We have a dedicated ICU and excellent in-house laboratory.  Our ‘One Hospital’ team ethos ensures exceptional clinical care can be delivered to our patients, and supports the continual professional development of our vets, nurses and support staff.

You will be joining a team of 4 full-time medicine clinicians (two diplomates and two residency-training clinicians), 3 residents and 3 junior clinicians (service-specific interns), supported by 3 full-time medicine nurses. In addition to providing a specialised clinical service, the successful candidate will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate clinical training. Clinical research is actively encouraged and supported.

Candidates should have an RCVS registrable degree in veterinary medicine and a postgraduate Diploma in Small Animal Internal Medicine (ECVIM, ACVIM or RCVS). Residency-trained clinicians who are eligible to sit their diploma examinations are also encouraged to apply. A background in research and a PhD, although desirable, is not essential.

The post is full-time, although applicants wishing to work on a part-time basis will also be considered.

Informal Enquiries should be directed to Alison Ridyard, email address Alison.Ridyard@glasgow.ac.uk

Recruitment brochure

Link to apply: Clinician / Senior Clinician - Internal Medicine

Closing date: open until filled

Clinician/Senior Clinician/Professor in Veterinary Oncology

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated team player to join the oncology/radiotherapy service in Glasgow.  We have a very varied case load requiring advanced diagnostic investigation, surgical intervention and/or chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or immunotherapy, providing opportunities for clinical training and development in both medical oncology and radiotherapy and we work closely with the neurology service in the brain tumour and neuro-oncology centre. Our current radiotherapy facilities are due to be upgraded providing further opportunities to develop State of the Art VMAT treatment. 

The clinical post involves undergraduate and postgraduate (residency) clinical supervision with teaching support provided by the School of Vet Medicine teaching and clinical skills teams, allowing development in the Veterinary Education field if desired.  We encourage clinical research based on the case load material within our service, with additional lab-based collaborative opportunities available on site (SVM, Centre for Virus Research and Beatson Institute for Cancer Research) and at the main university. Depending on level of appointment, there would be opportunities to direct and lead the service in new areas, or to contribute to existing projects.

Informal enquiries should be directed to Joanna.Morris@glasgow.ac.uk 

Link to apply: Clinician / Senior Clinician / Professor - Oncology / Radiotherapy

Recruitment brochure

Closing date:  open until filled

Clinician/Senior Clinician in Surgery (orthopaedics and /or soft tissue), and Professor in Soft Tissue Surgery.

The School of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for the posts of Clinician/ Senior Clinician in Surgery (orthopaedics and /or soft tissue), and Professor in Soft Tissue Surgery.

The successful candidate(s) will be based in our award-winning Small Animal Hospital on the beautiful Garscube estate. This busy multidisciplinary hospital is staffed by a team of specialists in surgery, internal medicine, neurology, anaesthesia, oncology and ophthalmology. State of the art facilities available on-site include 1.5T MRI, CT, linear accelerator, digital radiography, and four fully equipped surgical theatres. Our ‘One Hospital’ team ethos ensures exceptional clinical care can be delivered to our patients, and supports the continual professional development of our vets, nurses and support staff.

Depending on your level of experience, you will sustain / develop / lead a specialised surgical service, with a soft tissue or orthopaedic bias, supported by a full-time surgery nurse, physiotherapist and fully equipped rehabilitation suite. The successful candidate(s) will also contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate clinical training, and clinical research is actively encouraged and supported.

Candidates should have an RCVS registrable degree in veterinary medicine and hold or be eligible to sit the examination for a postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Surgery (ECVS, ACVS or RCVS).  Experienced candidates holding Advanced Practitioner status will also be considered.  A background in research and a PhD, although desirable, is not essential.

Four full-time positions are available. Applicants wishing to work part-time will also be considered. Informal enquiries should be directed to sandra.corr@glasgow.ac.uk.

Recruitment brochure

Link to apply: Clinician / Senior Clinician / Professor - Surgery - Orthopaedics and /or Soft Tissue

Closing date: open until filled

More vacancies

Please visit the University of Glasgow's recruitment page for all staff vacancies at the School of Veterinary Medicine.